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Mexico: Armed group rams vehicles into prison, escapes with nine inmates
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Mexico: Armed group rams vehicles into prison, escapes with nine inmates

Authorities said two vehicles were burned as well as part of the criminal group's operation, as a distraction

19 dead, 32 injured after bus carrying pilgrims crashes in central Mexico
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19 dead, 32 injured after bus carrying pilgrims crashes in central Mexico

The bus was heading from the western state of Michoacan to Chalma, a town that has been visited by Roman Catholic pilgrims for centuries.

WTA Finals 2021: Garbiñe Muguruza beats Anett Kontaveit in two sets to win maiden title
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WTA Finals 2021: Garbiñe Muguruza beats Anett Kontaveit in two sets to win maiden title

The 28-year-old Spaniard beat Anett Kontaveit 6-3, 7-5 to improve her record playing in Mexico at 14 wins and two losses

FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers: Christian Pulisic, Weston McKennie on target as US sink Mexico
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FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers: Christian Pulisic, Weston McKennie on target as US sink Mexico

The win leaves the United States on top of the eight-team final round of CONCACAF standings with 14 points from seven games.

Mexico: 19 dead, three injured after transport truck smashes into cars and toll booth
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Mexico: 19 dead, three injured after transport truck smashes into cars and toll booth

Videos posted on social media showed some of the vehicles involved in the accident engulfed in flames, while others near the toll booth were completely destroyed

Drug violence shakes Mexican beach resorts
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Drug violence shakes Mexican beach resorts

Mexico's beach resorts are reeling as gangs involved in drug dealing and extortion take their turf wars to the country's tourist havens

FIFA hand out punishments for bad behaviour to over 50 nations
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FIFA hand out punishments for bad behaviour to over 50 nations

A list of rulings by the disciplinary committee of the governing body of world football included the details of Hungary's punishment for racism by supporters and breaches of security including smoke bombs and blocked staircases in matches against England and Andorra.

S Jaishankar in Mexico: Bilateral cooperation in trade and investment talks on agenda during 3-day trip
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S Jaishankar in Mexico: Bilateral cooperation in trade and investment talks on agenda during 3-day trip

The trade between the two countries reached $10.155 billion in 2018, according to official data

From conflict in Kashmir to starvation deaths in Tigray: Local problems take centre stage at 76th UNGA
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From conflict in Kashmir to starvation deaths in Tigray: Local problems take centre stage at 76th UNGA

The meet gave world leaders the opportunity to discuss and deliberate on some of the most unstable and unsettling current conflicts, which could have global repercussions

Uproar mounts over reports of border agents abusing Haitian migrants in Texas
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Uproar mounts over reports of border agents abusing Haitian migrants in Texas

Pictures by AFP photographer Paul Ratje and video footage appeared to show riders swinging their long reins to threaten migrants and push them back toward the river

Why US is launching mass expulsion of Haitian migrants from Texas
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Why US is launching mass expulsion of Haitian migrants from Texas

The rapid expulsions were made possible by a pandemic-related authority adopted by former president Donald Trump in March 2020 that allows for migrants to be immediately removed from the country without an opportunity to seek asylum

Cry Macho review round-up: Clint Eastwood's Western is 'crusty and antiquated'
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Cry Macho review round-up: Clint Eastwood's Western is 'crusty and antiquated'

Cry Macho is a "creaky, semi-sweet, unavoidably sentimental adaptation of a 1975 novel by N. Richard Nash," said early reviews

Alfonso Cuaron, team on 20 years of their Mexican gem Y Tu Mamá También
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Alfonso Cuaron, team on 20 years of their Mexican gem Y Tu Mamá También

The effect of Y Tu Mamá También resides in the sexual openness it depicted, its tacit questioning of traditional masculinity in a culture where machismo is ingrained, and its incisive treatment of class issues in a nation of painful inequalities.

Premier League: South American players cleared to play this weekend
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Premier League: South American players cleared to play this weekend

Brazil, Chile, Mexico and Paraguay agreed to waive their right to trigger a FIFA regulation in what would have been a bid to prevent players from competing for their respective clubs in England’s top division this weekend.

Explained: Mexico confronts complex position on immigration, internal migration
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Explained: Mexico confronts complex position on immigration, internal migration

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador Thursday said the strategy of containing migrants in the south was untenable and more investment was needed to keep central Americans from leaving their homes

How Mexico cut the red tape to help The Times move its journalists out of Afghanistan
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How Mexico cut the red tape to help The Times move its journalists out of Afghanistan

Many of the details of the Afghans’ passage are being kept confidential by news organisations, in part for fear of flooding the narrow channels of escape

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Mexico thrash France as Richarlison hat-trick helps Brazil hand Germany 4-2 loss
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Tokyo Olympics 2020: Mexico thrash France as Richarlison hat-trick helps Brazil hand Germany 4-2 loss

Sylvain Ripoll's France are looking for a first Olympic medal since winning gold in 1984, but collapsed in the second half at Tokyo Stadium.

Gulf of Mexico fire: Blaze caused by gas pipeline rupture brought under control
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Gulf of Mexico fire: Blaze caused by gas pipeline rupture brought under control

The accident gave rise to the strange sight of roiling balls of flame boiling up from below the surface of the Gulf of Mexico

John Langley, best known as creator of TV series Cops, dies during road race in Mexico
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John Langley, best known as creator of TV series Cops, dies during road race in Mexico

Langley was also a producer on the 2009 film Brooklyn’s Finest, directed by Antoine Fuqua and starring Richard Gere and Don Cheadle, and on the non-fiction series Jail, Vegas Strip and Anatomy of a Crime.

At largest emergency shelter in US, panic attacks highlight stress for migrant kids
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At largest emergency shelter in US, panic attacks highlight stress for migrant kids

Lawyers and advocates question why most of the children are at unlicensed shelters.